MADISON — The city of Sheboygan properly annexed land for a Kohler Co. golf course in 2017, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Company officials want to build the course on 250 acres of undeveloped land along the Lake Michigan shoreline next to Kohler-Andrae State Park in the Town of Wilson. The company has owned the land for nearly 80 years.
While the 2019 Unity Music Festival was billed as likely the final curtain call for the popular annual concert to benefit the Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund, a new organizer has stepped forward to breathe new life into the 2020 edition of the show set for Saturday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts in Sheboygan.
The Sheboygan Falls Common Council has approved a proposal to designate Fehr Graham to develop a master plan for the contaminated Tecumseh property.
Tucked away along the Sheboygan River, twelve miles northwest of the city of Sheboygan in Town Herman, sits an unincorporated village once known as Lippers Mills. Today we know it as Franklin, the little settlement closest to Lakeland, its rapidly growing university neighbor.
What was for more than 100 years a dusty lumberyard is now a bright, stylish and expansive new home for Dulmes Décor.
But owner Gary Dulmes clearly values his company’s remarkable history as much as its handsomely renovated new digs at 822 North 14th Street in Sheboygan, where a succession of three lumber companies once sprawled.
A highly intricate, cohesively executed collaborative rescue effort between four Sheboygan County area fire departments, which worked to save three lives last August, garnered the Sheboygan County Technical Rescue Team a Hometown Hero Award during a Wisconsin State Assembly session at the State Capitol in Madison on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Wisconsin Singers is celebrating 52 years of entertainment as it announces its show for one night only at the Sheboygan Falls High School Auditorium.
Fountain Park United Methodist Church is working with Group Mission Trips for a Home Repair & Renovation Youth Workcamp for Sheboygan County June 21-27.
The Sheboygan Theatre Company (STC) is set to present “The Nerd,” a madcap comedy sure to bring laughter to brighten the darkest of winter blues.
Update: The Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department issued a statement at 10:55 p.m. Saturday stating that the teen has been located, and thanking the media and the public for assistance. No additional details […]